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From "Bedell, Kevin" <KBed...@cmgi.com>
Subject RE: Chunked HTTP Responses and CRLF
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2000 18:15:27 GMT
I've noticed CRLF's before.

It turns out that HTTP itself defines CRLF as an end of line. 

As far as inserting into chunked text data, I'm not sure. I've had web
servers pick up files with just LF's in them and turn them into CRLF's
before sending them out.




> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gladwell, Ricardo [mailto:ricardo.gladwell@demon.net]
> Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2000 9:52 AM
> To: Tomcat Developers (E-mail); Tomcat Users (E-mail)
> Subject: Chunked HTTP Responses and CRLF
> 
> 
> Dear All,
> 
> I have noticed a "problem" with Tomcat JSP generation on Unix 
> systems. We
> are currently attempting to generate dynamic WML via JSP 
> which we then send
> to a WAP Gateway for compilation into bytecode. While testing 
> our JSP pages
> via the Nokia SDK we noticed no problems. When we started testing via
> Nokia's NAMP Gateway we noticed that the code was not 
> compiling. Further
> investigation revealed the following: the JSP pages converts 
> some new-lines
> into CRLF (or \r\n) carriage returns. The Gateway does not 
> like this and I
> am not convinced that this isn't standard HTTP 1.1: can you 
> insert CRLF
> returns into chunked text data?
> 
> -- 
> Ricardo Gladwell, Web Developer
> Demon Internet, Westhumble House,
> Dorking Business Park, Dorking. RH4 1HJ
> Tel: +44 (01306) 732 356
> Mobile: +44 (07779) 841 444
> 
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